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Have Mo’ Money? Rapper 50 Cent Hides Cash in his Lamborghini Murcielago

The Lamborghini Murcielago is a finely crafted vehicle. The LP670-4 SuperVeloce runs around a half-million dollars, but to the financially well-off artists that permeate our music recording industry, the costs couldn’t possibly be that bad. Rapper 50 Cent is just one example of a successful music artist, and he is apparently very content to hide the fruits of his labor in his very own Lambo.

50 Cent, whose automotive tastes also include Ferrari and Rolls-Royce cars, can be seen in this YouTube video stuffing infinite amounts of United States currency (paper, as he casually dubs it) into the front storage compartment of his mid-engine Murcielago. He then proceeds to ramble for over two minutes about the money and gambling in Las Vegas, among other topics. The YouTube description estimates there is at least $2 million sitting beneath the hydraulically propped lid — assuming the paper isn’t emblazoned with Rich Uncle Pennybags…

Don’t click here if you don’t want to see 50 Cent, a Murcielago, and a stash of cash.

Source: YouTube

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2011 Lamborghini Murcielago

MSRP $449,000 LP670-4 SuperVeloce Coupe

EPA MPG:

8 City / 13 Hwy

Horse Power:

640 @ 8000

Torque:

487 @ 6000